Any one think Foley, RVD & Booker vs. Evolution at WM xx might happen?? Everyone knows it was supposed to be the Rock but last nights show ened with these 6 involved and RVD & Booker have nothing else goin on. Maybe WWE dropped the Rock because of his unwillingness to make time for RAW. what do you think?
I think it's more likely that last night's match with RVD/Booker vs Evolution is setting up an angle in which Orton can lose the title to one of these guys before WMXX. It doesn't have to be clean, but, like I've said before, the Orton/Foley program doesn't need the IC gold to make it important to the story or to get over with the crowd, whereas that belt could make a nifty solo match for someone like RVD or Booker (or both of them) possible at Wrestlemania.
Originally posted by knightvibeMaybe WWE dropped the Rock because of his unwillingness to make time for RAW
I doubt it. RAW is in California next week. Rock will be in California next week. I think they were just making time until then. I'm interested to see how they handle Evolution's titles though, because neither the tag titles nor the I.C. title mean anything to this feud.
I wouldn't mind seeing and elimination 6 man tag between RVD, Booker & Mick vs. Evolution ... and the finals would of course be Foley vs. Orton ...
But I thought for sure that Orton was gonna drop the title last night ... it just made perfect sense ... as so Flair & Batista dropping the titles ... who are they gonna drop them to? The tag team competition on RAW is slim ...
I could see HHH dropping the strap at Wrestlemania, while Orton hangs onto the IC title. This could then lead to the epic Orton/HHH feud via the "I held onto my title while you dropped the ball" scenario. However, this would lead to a face HHH. Yeesh.
I wouldn't mind seeing RVD-Booker T at WM. However, I definitely want to see Foley-Orton as a one-on-one. I want to see Orton get the holy hell beat out of him, even though I know he will dish it out to Foley as well. And I want to see this even though I know Orton will in all probability come away with the win. But keep it one-on-one to keep the distractions to a minimum and let Orton take the beating from Foley that he so richly deserves.
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